[Tacoma]: n.pub. [192-]. Pamphlet. 7p. staplebound pamphlet, pages quite toned, otherwise very good. Tacoma union bug on last page.
Anti-socialist story told in the form of several letters dated 1920, written by "Bill," in which a logging camp is inherited by a socialist reformer who hands over control to the workers. The workers prove to be idealistic but clueless, and "Camp Emancipation" quickly goes bust. At the end, the narrator says "I'm goin' to try to get credentials as a Wobb organizer and get in some easy money offen the chumps what believe this bunk about the workers running industry..."